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Red Faction: Armageddon

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A long-dormant evil emerges from the caves of Mars, unleashing Armageddon on the planet’s colonists. With this force stopping at nothing to cleanse the planet of life, mankind finds itself poised on the brink of extinction. Red Faction: Armageddon expands on the critically acclaimed, best-selling franchise with new, groundbreaking challenges. You are humanity’s last hope for survival.Hell on Mars – Darius Mason can only watch as the surface of Mars is destroyed. Seeking solace underground, an even greater threat emerges against humanity. Unleash the devastating force of the Nano Forge with massive concussive blasts or reconstruct downed colonist defences with Geo-Mod 2.0. The truth behind an ancient evil will force Darius to wage a battle across the devastated Martian surface, beneath massive frozen glaciers, and over rivers of broiling magma.

Red Faction: Armageddon Review

The Red Faction series evolved from a first person shooter to an open world game, and now it's a fairly linear, third-person action game. What hasn't changed is the fantastic, destruction-filled gameplay that is still very much present in this latest entry to the Red Faction series. Does the shift from open world mayhem to linear chaos hurt the overall experience? Fifty years have passed since the EDF has been overthrown on Mars' surface, and things seem to have been going fairly well for the planet's occupants. Of course, peace is always short-lived. As you play through the prologue, you take control of Darius Mason, the grandson of Alec Mason from Red Faction: Guerrilla. You're also introduced to Adam Hale, an extremist who thinks life on Mars shouldn't... Read Review

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